Still Think of Chocolate As Health Food?
Still Think of Chocolate As Health Food


This is not really new since it has been around for quite some time, however, chocolate is not the well-being food for which it was released about 5 years ago.

However, people still assume it - so they eat it and think it's good for them.

Why are they doing this? Indeed, they like that; it's anything but difficult to love.

In addition, chocolate gives the impression of being a simple answer to different problems, because it changes the state of mind. Synthetic mood-changing blends incorporate theobromine (such as caffeine) and phenylethylamine (as compared to feeling enamored). Similarly, it triggers endorphins (beta-endorphin) and serotonin, two synthetic brain mixtures related to a state of mind.

Is it true that you were caught in the chocolate trap?

I was not, and here is the reason.

Chocolate - even 70% or more of dark chocolate - contains sugar, and I am fiercely opposed to sugar. In fact, I have been hostile to sugar for over 25 years, long before anyone discusses its negative welfare consequences or addictive properties.

Some customers considered me to be Nazi sugar. There is nothing to add. I wear the name willingly.

At a time when the masters of wellbeing were pushing chocolate, I was against because I was convinced that the disadvantages of sugar in chocolate would outweigh the benefits we had then taken to the wind of cocoa itself.

What the chocolate story turned out to be

Basically, it's an obvious story. Chocolate producers and the cocoa sector have supported logical reviews to "demonstrate" the benefits of chocolate. An organization, Mars, creator of Snickers, M & Ms, Milky Way and many different confections, has actually subsidized many surveys of this type.

This does not seem to me to be justified, despite all the problems I have in determining the supposed benefits of chocolate, but here is a mid-term summary. It has been said to reduce circulatory tension and cholesterol, improve weight loss, decrease the danger of diabetes, stroke, atrial fibrillation and heart failure, just as mild invulnerable problem.

Hmm, will that make my eyes darker too?

Cases such as these continue to surface, even in current articles - still influence the dietary practices of my employees in the wellness sector.

My proposal is to do without chocolate in the light of sugar. In case you should eat cocoa or cocoa, make sure it is not sweet. Sugar-related problems affect well-being, cravings, food cravings, mood problems, hormones, brain science and more.

Negative impacts of sugar can not be exaggerated. Chocolate can not and will not abrogate them.

If you want to change your diet to improve your well-being, your mind, and this is just the tip of the iceberg, all you need to do is visit http://www.LastResortNutrition.com and get your free advice Empowered Eating. Find out how simple changes can bring huge results.

Presented by Dr. Joan Kent, creator of Stronger Than Sugar: 7 simple steps to overcoming sugar addiction, improving your mood and transforming your health.


Do you still think that chocolate is a health sustenance?

This is not exactly what it was revealed many years ago, but chocolate is not the health food it was proclaimed, standard example, about 5 years ago.

Yet people always seemed to believe - so they lost and say it's good for them.

Why does the text style them? Well, they like that; it is effortless to love.

Chocolate is also an easy arrangement to problems, vehicle it changes the mood. Theobromine (similar to caffeine) and phenylethylamine (assimilated to the assumption of being in love). It has also been beta-endorphin and serotonin, two brain chemicals associated with mood.

Have you been trapped in chocolate?

I was not, and here's why.

Chocolate, even in more than 70% dark chocolate, contains sugar and I am fiercely hostile to sugar. In fact, I have been hostile to sugar for over 25 years, long before it speaks of its negative effects on health or its addictive properties.

Some customers called me Nazi sugar. What can I criticize? I proudly wear the mark.

When the gourmands knew that the advancement of chocolate, I was against the vehicle, I was convinced that the sugar was contained

Still Think of Chocolate As Health Food?

Still Think of Chocolate As Health Food?
Still Think of Chocolate As Health Food


This is not really new since it has been around for quite some time, however, chocolate is not the well-being food for which it was released about 5 years ago.

However, people still assume it - so they eat it and think it's good for them.

Why are they doing this? Indeed, they like that; it's anything but difficult to love.

In addition, chocolate gives the impression of being a simple answer to different problems, because it changes the state of mind. Synthetic mood-changing blends incorporate theobromine (such as caffeine) and phenylethylamine (as compared to feeling enamored). Similarly, it triggers endorphins (beta-endorphin) and serotonin, two synthetic brain mixtures related to a state of mind.

Is it true that you were caught in the chocolate trap?

I was not, and here is the reason.

Chocolate - even 70% or more of dark chocolate - contains sugar, and I am fiercely opposed to sugar. In fact, I have been hostile to sugar for over 25 years, long before anyone discusses its negative welfare consequences or addictive properties.

Some customers considered me to be Nazi sugar. There is nothing to add. I wear the name willingly.

At a time when the masters of wellbeing were pushing chocolate, I was against because I was convinced that the disadvantages of sugar in chocolate would outweigh the benefits we had then taken to the wind of cocoa itself.

What the chocolate story turned out to be

Basically, it's an obvious story. Chocolate producers and the cocoa sector have supported logical reviews to "demonstrate" the benefits of chocolate. An organization, Mars, creator of Snickers, M & Ms, Milky Way and many different confections, has actually subsidized many surveys of this type.

This does not seem to me to be justified, despite all the problems I have in determining the supposed benefits of chocolate, but here is a mid-term summary. It has been said to reduce circulatory tension and cholesterol, improve weight loss, decrease the danger of diabetes, stroke, atrial fibrillation and heart failure, just as mild invulnerable problem.

Hmm, will that make my eyes darker too?

Cases such as these continue to surface, even in current articles - still influence the dietary practices of my employees in the wellness sector.

My proposal is to do without chocolate in the light of sugar. In case you should eat cocoa or cocoa, make sure it is not sweet. Sugar-related problems affect well-being, cravings, food cravings, mood problems, hormones, brain science and more.

Negative impacts of sugar can not be exaggerated. Chocolate can not and will not abrogate them.

If you want to change your diet to improve your well-being, your mind, and this is just the tip of the iceberg, all you need to do is visit http://www.LastResortNutrition.com and get your free advice Empowered Eating. Find out how simple changes can bring huge results.

Presented by Dr. Joan Kent, creator of Stronger Than Sugar: 7 simple steps to overcoming sugar addiction, improving your mood and transforming your health.


Do you still think that chocolate is a health sustenance?

This is not exactly what it was revealed many years ago, but chocolate is not the health food it was proclaimed, standard example, about 5 years ago.

Yet people always seemed to believe - so they lost and say it's good for them.

Why does the text style them? Well, they like that; it is effortless to love.

Chocolate is also an easy arrangement to problems, vehicle it changes the mood. Theobromine (similar to caffeine) and phenylethylamine (assimilated to the assumption of being in love). It has also been beta-endorphin and serotonin, two brain chemicals associated with mood.

Have you been trapped in chocolate?

I was not, and here's why.

Chocolate, even in more than 70% dark chocolate, contains sugar and I am fiercely hostile to sugar. In fact, I have been hostile to sugar for over 25 years, long before it speaks of its negative effects on health or its addictive properties.

Some customers called me Nazi sugar. What can I criticize? I proudly wear the mark.

When the gourmands knew that the advancement of chocolate, I was against the vehicle, I was convinced that the sugar was contained

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